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Irony is the word I think of when I look back ten years to my first column for Woman.  I was a novice writer then with my first real writing gig, and … more
On a summer day trip by motorcoach to New Jersey I had a flashback to my grade school bus-riding days. It was also a harsh reminder that some … more
As this issue is about cancer, and especially breast cancer, I called someone with first-hand knowledge - my friend Michelle Kepner. She was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer 3 years ago, and is … more
By Louise Sukle lsukle@womannewspapers.com As awkward as it is, I think it’s important to find humor in any situation. Any woman who dared sneak a peek at her pancaked breast during a … more
By Louise Sukle lsukle@womannewspapers.com I remember being young and hating being taller than all the other girls - and most of the boys. I used to slouch for group photos and dread slow … more
So, the Hubster and I recently attended a birthday bash at an uptown restaurant for Bill, one of our best guy friends.  For the occasion, I’d … more
My family’s home was recently sold, according to Zillow.com.  It had gone into foreclosure after my Uncle Bob had passed, and the house sold at … more
Home ownership sure has its benefits, especially when it comes to square footage. Our home includes a two-car garage and deck, plus the basement. … more
Living green is much more than just disposing of our trash responsibly. Monitoring what comes into our homes and businesses and how it arrives is … more
It’s that time of the year again. Before we know it Uncle Sam will pay us back for overpaying into the system. We may decide to save … more
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